Так вот, какой это был замечательный человек:
Theodore Stephanides (1896 - April 13, 1983) was a Greek poet, author, doctor and naturalist. He is best remembered as the friend and mentor of the famous naturalist Gerald Durrell, and having appeared as himself in Lawrence Durrell's Prospero's Cell and Henry Miller's The Colossus of Maroussi Island. However, he was a noted poet in both Greek and English, and translated a sizeable body of Greek poetry to English, most notably a significant body of work by Greek poet Kostis Palamas and the Greek near-epic work Erotocritos.
He was also a noted biologist and scientist who has three species (Cytherois stephanidesi, Thermocyclops stephanidesi, and Schizopera stephanidesi are microscopic water organisms discovered by Stephanides in 1938) and a crater on the moon (Römer A is unofficially named Stephanides crater) named after him. He has also written a definitive biological treatise on the freshwater life in Corfu, which is still cited in the 2000s. His autobiographical account of the Battle of Crete - Climax in Crete, and his factual account of Corfu and the Ionian Islands - Island Trails are widely read.